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Optus owner sues Telstra, former VP who jumped ship
Intellectual Property 2021-06-25 7:07 pm By Miklos Bolza

Singapore-based telecommunications giant Singtel, which owns Optus, has launched a copyright lawsuit seeking discovery from a former vice-president who jumped ship to Telstra. The lawsuit, […]

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Intellectual property barrister David Larish on building a practice ‘from nothing’
Litigation Rising Stars 2021-06-22 9:41 pm By Cindy Cameronne

For intellectual property barrister David Larish, one of the most pivotal moments in his career had nothing to do with working on a case. The […]

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Thomson Geer strengthens media team by snapping up News Corp lawyer
Media 2021-06-22 9:13 pm By Miklos Bolza

Law firm Thomson Geer has bolstered the ranks of its media team with the recruitment of News Corp senior litigation counsel Marlia Saunders to its […]

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Clive Palmer agrees to pay indemnity costs in Twisted Sister copyright dispute
Intellectual Property 2021-06-22 1:27 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Billionaire Clive Palmer has agreed to pay part of Universal Music’s costs on an indemnity basis, after a judge found he infringed substantial parts of […]

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Full Court upholds Sequenom’s win in patent battle over prenatal genetic tests
Intellectual Property 2021-06-21 6:34 pm By Miklos Bolza

The Full Federal Court has upheld US biotech company Sequenom’s patent for a noninvasive prenatal genetic test, rejecting rival Ariosa Diagnostic’s argument that the patent […]

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Court throws out ‘absurd’ ruling on patent term extensions
Intellectual Property 2021-06-16 1:34 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has overturned a ruling from the Australian Patent Office that shortened the amount of time available to companies under patent term extensions, saying […]

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Biogen sues to fend off generic competition to MS drug Tecfidera
Intellectual Property 2021-06-16 11:26 am By Cat Fredenburgh

Switzerland-based Biogen has sued generic drug maker MSN Laboratories for allegedly threatening to infringe the patent for its top-selling oral MS drug Tecfidera. Biogen’s patent […]

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King & Wood Mallesons’ Luke Hawthorne on why patent law is so cool
Litigation Rising Stars 2021-06-15 4:58 pm By Miklos Bolza

King & Wood Mallesons senior associate Luke Hawthorne lives to roll up his sleeves and delve into the “weird and wonderful” technologies behind the patent […]

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Silk on cutting-edge IP cases elevated to Federal Court
Courts 2021-06-10 10:18 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A top intellectual property barrister who has worked on cutting-edge cases that raise novel questions about the patentability of inventions has been appointed to the […]

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Mike Tyson sues Culture Kings over ‘misleading’ T-shirts
Competition & Consumer Protection 2021-06-09 4:14 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Boxing champion Mike Tyson has sued Australian streetwear company Culture Kings for allegedly selling ‘misleading’ T-shirts featuring his image. In Federal Court proceedings filed June […]

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